Author has written 12 stories for Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Hobbit, and Stargate: SG-1.
I've been telling stories as long as I can remember. My grandmother will tell you she used to sit at the foot of my parents' stairs and listen to me. I was supposed to be sleeping. This trend has continued, as even now I write when I'm supposed to be sleeping.
Someday I hope to have my own fiction published, but meanwhile, the fanfiction community has kept me going. The response I got to "The Reader" eventually pulled me out of four years of writer's block. I've come to the conclusion that no matter what else I do, I'll keep writing fanfiction. Not because it's profitable, but because it's fun.
If you really want to know about me, a link to my personal blog is at the bottom of this page. Regardless, I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I do.
General Disclaimer: In case I have neglected to state it anywhere, I do not own the rights to any of these stories or characters, nor am I profiting from them in any monetary way. Same goes for the avatar.
"A Real Home": This does not have an ending. I lost several chapters and the will to continue a couple of years ago, but as it was only ever a Harry-Sirius fluff piece anyway, I don't feel too badly. I have cleaned it up and labeled it complete, because it's as close as it's going to get. Any continuation would involve unnecessary drama and likely a migraine.
"The Reader": The cleanup/editing process is complete! Unless somebody tells me otherwise. If I'm allowed to be proud of any piece of fanfiction, this is it. I wrote it because it was the fanfiction I wanted to be reading at the time, and the response I got convinced me it was the one everyone else wanted to be reading as well.
"Peter Jackson Has Ruined Everything": I wrote this story after The Desolation of Smaug came out, but before The Battle of the Five Armies did. It stops following the movies and becomes it's own entity after the dragon leaves the mountain.
"Peter Jackson Left Out a Few Things": Sequel to the above. In progress.
"Stargate: Generations": Completed! Warning: This story is meant to be taken in context with the show, so please keep that in mind while reading. I've noted where each chapter falls to make things easier. And yes, I'll get to vacuuming up the typo bunnies eventually.